HIS MAJESTY'S FIRST REGIMENT OF FOOT GUARDS IN AMERICA, 1776-1783

The First Foot Guards is a recreated British regiment of the American War for Independence. We participate in re-enacted encampments and battles at historical sites and battle sites, primarily in the Boston area but also elsewhere in New England, New York, and the Middle Atlantic states. We march in some parades, and occasionally lecture to groups of people who are interested in history and heritage. See the Photos, Videos, and Events pages to see what we do.

We drill in Quincy MA during the winter months. We strive to be as authentic as possible in our uniforms, equipment, weapons, encampments, and precision drill. Many of our members have extensive knowledge of 18th century history, both American and British.

If you have an interest in 18th century history and military action, consider joining us. See the Join page.

Note this web address is the new home of the First Foot Guards web site. Until all of the content of the old site has been moved, some of the links on this site point to pages at the old address.



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